BullsEyes Pit Beef and Catering
BullsEyes is located on BelAir Road, Nottingham, Maryland just north of 695 (near Giant). I had previously lived in that area, and was back in the area two days ago for an appointment. Since I was a bit early and had time for a bite to eat, I zipped over to a sandwich shop that I used to eat at regularly. I was surprised and delighted to find a Pit Beef spot instead.
I love good pit beef.
I have not had extremely good pit beef since visiting one of my sons when they were deployed down south. So I wasn't expecting a great sandwich but gave it a try. I'm so glad I did!
Amazingly Delicious Pit Beef
As I said, I'm not foodie. Nor am a I restaurant reviewer. But my medium pit beef sandwich was incredibly delicious. I'm not sure if I've ever had better. As I said, I'm not a foodie, so I'll just let you see what the sandwich looked like and you'll have to trust my judgement about how good it tasted.
Courteous and Happy Staff
I can't tell you how tired I am of grumpy waitstaff (customer service folks, cashiers, etc). Yes, we are all human and have bad days. But if you can't even lift your hand to take my dollar, perhaps you should have just stayed home. This was not the case at BullsEyes. There was not a single malcontent on duty. Despite being extremely busy while I was there, they were all polite, hard-working, and visibly happy.
In fact, I enjoyed listening to one of the guys at the grill, who whistled while he worked. I was given a free, gigantic (also delicious) pickle because they thought they had kept me waiting. In fact, I hadn't felt like I had waited long at all.
I sat for a few minutes at the high top at the front window. The very small restaurant was neat and clean. The soda bar was clean and tidy. As was the condiment bar. I had chosen a hickory sauce and it too was delicious. Perfect for the sandwich.
As I said, I can't wait to go back. In the meantime, here's a copy of the menu (one side of the menu). You should look them up on facebook for current contact and menu information.
Hopefully, it won't be many more years until I live at my Shack, on that mountain ridge. And I'll have to learn to cook my own pit beef. But until then, you'll be able to find me ordering at BullsEyes on a regular basis.
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